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In February, the EU Commission announced the European Chips Act. The plan is to mobilize more than € 43 billion from EU funds and member countries in order to strengthen semiconductor technology capacities and increase the EU’s share of global semiconductor production.
The Munich Security Conference (MSC) - In conversation with Alex Karp, CEO Palantir
Markets change, new technologies upend business models, global crises like the Covid-19 pandemic occur — today, more than ever, companies are finding that they repeatedly have to change or reinvent themselves.
The liquid crystal technology from EMD Electronics is not used in displays only anymore. It is also incorporated into our eyrise glass which offers two innovative functionalities at the touch of a button.
Only by collecting and analyzing high-quality data ourselves can we use them as a basis for making the right decisions while simultaneously helping our customers reach their goals through the use of first-class data and analyses along the entire value chain.
Effective treatments already exist for many diseases today. However, in many cases patients still have to live with inadequate treatment or endure severe side effects. Just think of chronic inflammatory diseases.
The global chip shortage is currently presenting new challenges to numerous sectors, including the automotive, mechanical engineering and IT industries. Manufacturers and suppliers are trying to meet high demand by expanding capacities and making investments worth billions.
The coronavirus has already kept us in suspense for one and a half years. Apart from personal sacrifices and blows of fate, this pandemic has revealed weak points in society, politics and business, both globally as well as in Europe and Germany.
More data, more powerful chips. These days, semiconductors are at the heart of the technologies we all use at work and at home. Chips have become incredibly complex, and this is revolutionizing the way in which semiconductor companies approach chip design.
When people talk about the mobility of tomorrow, the topic of autonomous driving quickly comes up. Autonomous driving requires not only enormous computing power in the cars but also sensors that allow the vehicle to see where it is and where it’s going.